lenovo-yoga-2-pro-review-6 Lenovo introduced its original Yoga back in late 2012, which we were impressed with its ability to create an ultrabook that is able to have multiple functions, such as its ability to be used as a tablet or a stand. Since then, Lenovo re-introduced its Yoga as the Yoga 2 Pro, which improved on many of the ultrabooks internal specs, such as including Intel’s new 4th-generation Haswell processor, offering a QHD+ 3200 x 1800 display and some other fancy bells and whistles to make this appeal to fans of the original Yoga. We were able to go hands on with the Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro just a few months ago, and after our short time with the tablet, we were left pretty impressed with some of the company’s improvements to the Yoga. With that said, let’s just see how impressed we’re left with the Yoga 2 Pro after we throw it to our hungry review wolves. I’m not sure what that meant. Let’s just get on with your review without the use of wolves, shall we?

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Ultrabooks seem to be quite popular these days as I’ve had my fair share of reviews involving them. I’ve seen a number of ultrabooks that can be used as just a notebook as well as others that offer multiple uses from a single product. Both offer their own pros and cons, and ultimately, it’s up to you, the consumer, to dictate what kind of ultrabook you want on the market through the power of your wallet. My personal tastes in Ultrabooks may differ from yours, so this is an area where we’d like to give the reader a look into our preferences prior to getting into the review.

Much of my time while working is spent typing, so a comfortable keyboard that is more clicky than it is spongy is just my personal preference. An ultrabook’s weight always plays an extremely important role in my opinion as I tend to travel quite a bit, so the lighter my backpack is, the happier I’ll be at the end of the day. Power isn’t very important to me as ultrabooks I use tend to be used just to write stories, handle emails and publish articles. I just need it to be able to keep up with a moderate amount of multitasking without crawling as a result.

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